Microglitter & New Dazzles
November 26, 2013

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Viewer Comments

Jan (posted 7 months 13 days ago)
I just love the glitter and the dazzls together. I apply lots of glitter, then burnish quite hard with my finger and then brush the extra glitter off with a dollar store blush brush
melodye (posted 8 months 28 days ago)
love the webasodes
Mary Anne (posted 9 months 1 day ago)
Hi I love all of your webisodes. I used the micro glitter white cardstock and black and I used your 3Snowflakes cutting dies and made glittery snowflakes for my Christmas cards. I'll have to try the Spectrum Noir pens. I also have to say that I love your cutting dies I find that they cut much nicer than all the others out there! Happy Thanksgiving from Canada.
Joyce Grigsby (posted 9 months 1 day ago)
Love this and you make it look so easy.
Thanks,
Joyce
kathy serrahn (posted 9 months 3 days ago)
awesome webisode as usual.
love how the glitter adds to the project.
Have a Happy Thanksgiving day
Pat Koger (posted 9 months 3 days ago)
After watching this video, I came across a quote for your butterfly/snowflake decoration. It said, "A snowflake is winter's butterfly." It was too perfect not to send. Thanks for the great videos.
Kim (posted 9 months 4 days ago)
Great webisode! I love it when you do techniques!! I learn so much. I do have a question. You put the micro glitter on white and clear acetate but can you use it on colored paper??
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
Hello Kim!

You can use the Crystal Micro Glitter on almost any paper surface, however when using it on acetate, we suggest using Crystal Lacquer #4004313. It doesn't rub off as easily. I hope this helps!
Annnette (posted 9 months 4 days ago)
How does one create with so many products? I have a lot, and honestly, out of sight is usually out of mind for me. That is why I love to follow instructions. Happy Thanksgiving
Laura (posted 9 months 4 days ago)
I would say I am a "Glitter Moth", if it's glittery, I am attracted to it, I love evrything you did and I am wondering if you can stamp on it after burnishing the glitter in? Well, we will see, Thnak You!
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
Hello Laura!

I checked into your question about stamping after you Micro Glitter... Yes, in fact you can, however you should use a Memento ink for a clearer image and let it dry completely.
Linda (posted 9 months 4 days ago)
Can you use Copic markers instead of the Spectrum Noir? I presently have Copic markers and did not want to go to the expense of purchasing the Spectrum Noir, at this time, unless the Copic will not work with this technique.
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
Hello Linda!

Yes, you can use Copic markers instead of Spectrum Noir pens, however, you should still tap lightly, so the colors won't bleed.

Have fun!!!
Awi (posted 9 months 4 days ago)
Wow!!! Awesome techniques. Thank you to your team for showing more uses of this micro glitter with the spectrum noir pens and the dazzles. Can't wait to try these new techniques. Thanks Paulette and Gail for the lovely webisode. Enjoy it muchly and eagerly wait for the next one. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your team.
Diane Lynne C. (posted 9 months 4 days ago)
Love all the new dazzles and the new glitter technique. I'm glad to see the use of Spectrum Noir pens and hope that you will use them more in your webisodes. I have all of these pens and have always wondered what is the best way to store them. Standing up or laying flat?
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
Hello Diane!

I'm so glad you're enjoying our Webisodes! Our design team keeps their pens laying flat. This keeps the ink even at both ends. I hope this helps!

Enjoy your day!!
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